Judge delays Oak Grove ruling
Original post made on Feb 29, 2008
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on Feb 29, 2008 at 3:53 pm
Finally a voice of reason!
" Roesch's interpretation, at least in his tentative ruling, seems overly strict. If indeed it follows the state code, our legislators should review the law to see if that's really what they intended when placing these requirements on petition proponents. Calling for a referendum should be easier than what Roesch has initially ruled."
on Feb 29, 2008 at 4:09 pm
Right you are, Sue. To heck with actually following the law. Let's just make it up as we go! Let's not really read the law, or even really pay attention. Let's just decide what we want to do, and do whatever we want, then complain about how mean the nasty people are who suggest we broke the law.
on Mar 1, 2008 at 10:21 am
I do not live near Oakgrove. I am not a primary supporter of the referendum nor do I share many of the concerns that they have. I do support their right to ask the voters to decide.
I have participated in past referendum. This grassroots group of Pleasanton citizens followed every good faith effort and the guidelines given to them by the City Attorney. The financing has been explained. No money was collected; a handful of citizens/neighbors paid independently as needed. They did not meet the threshold to file disclosure. There is no cover up; reasonably neighbors are typically the start of a call to arms.
The continued accusation of wrong-doing is malicious.
Frank, Stacey and Shelly you are bully's, we can not have a real community exchange of thoughts because no one reasonable wants to play with you.
Fast forward to childish response..................